Alarm Clock is a Software utility which can be used to setup an Alarm easily. Alarm Clock supports speaking Text and playing .wav file. Snooze Operation is supported by the Alarm Clock. Download Alarm Clock Software for Windows and setup alarm on pc
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Description: Alarm Clock is a Utility which can be used to setup an Alarm easily. Alarm Clock supports speaking Text and playing .wav file. Alarm can be Snoozed easily for defied number of minutes. Alarm can be previewed easily. Setting up an Alarm is as easy as defining date / time and then clicking on Set Alarm Button. When Alarm Fires up an alarm screen is displayed which contains Stop & Snooze buttons along with an edit box whose value defines the number of minutes for which to snooze the alarm (when snooze button is clicked). Trial Version does not have a reminder / nagging popup screen. Voice of Text to Speech operation can be configured easily with Text to Speech Control Panel Applet. Download Alarm Clock Now and Setup Alarm easily and quickly. Alarm Clock works on Vista, XP, and even Windows 7.
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